[Film footage of California scenes]
: Landscapes of parks, including Broderic Terry Trail and site of Capitan Fernando Rivera-Moncada memorial plaque. Deep sea diving. Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge construction.Source
: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 35mm negative (nitrate)Collection
: Hall of the Golden City collection of James LeonardCall Number
: Motion Picture 772 CRights
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December 22, 2013
90% Golden Gate
This rarely looks like motion film. Usually, it looks like a series of still shots.
Unedited or out of order, with no title cards, this silent collection shows a house demolition and landslide, a hard-hat diver preparing to go down and do something or other, and the bridge as just the towers, towers and cables, mostly built -- and then jumps back to what I eventually figured was the ground-breaking ceremony.
On the whole, nothing novel or revealing.